Dear Teachers & Parents,
As a mother, pediatrician, and researcher, I believe in the importance of raising healthy and empowered children, which is why I am eager to introduce your families to the resources here.
We've created a catalog of fun books that will educate, inspire, and empower your children to be the best versions of themselves. As we all know, especially during these times, it is important to support children with information, education, and love, and pediatricians worldwide want to ensure that schools and parents have the necessary tools they need.
Our mission is to provide you with the most up-to-date medical information written by young people with expert guidance so your families can enjoy and learn together. Keep checking back here, too, as we will continue to add other Can-inspired, health-related books to the list.
Ruchi Gupta, MD MPH, Director, Center for Food Allergy & Asthma Research (CFAAR), Professor of Pediatrics & Medicine, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, Institute for Public Health and Medicine, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine
Do your children know the 14 Words of Can? They will with this creative, smart, and powerful 127-page spiral-bound workbook. Packed with engaging scenarios, and commentary from Land of Not author JJ Vulopas, the book will empower your children by bringing each of the 14 Can Words to life! This workbook is meant to be read after reading Land of Not.
Do your children know the 14 Words of Can? They will with this creative, smart, and powerful workbook. In this small (5.25x8) 140-page spiral-bound book, JJ Vulopas has fun introducing 5th graders to his children's book Land of Not (Yes, he hid his children's book in here!) and to each of the 14 Words of Can!
Dr. Kenneth Fox, Chief Health Officer of Chicago Public Schools
“This charming little book (Class That Can: Germs & Sneezing) is all about what can be done — especially by, for and with children — to protect health in our communities.”
Dr. Colleen Kraft, 2018 President of the American Academy of Pediatrics
“The Class That Can: Coronavirus is a creative and developmentally sensitive resource to help children voice their concerns and discover ways to thrive during these uncertain times.”